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I am painting a Khorn lord, and what kind of follower of Khorn would he be without being covered in fresh blood. The question is how to paint it realistically. Any ideas and pics would help a lot.
The GW tips are pretty solid. I would suggest using an old toothbrush though for "spraying" blood particles on the figure. It is a little bit more controlled and it works better than a brush. Also less destructive to your brushes!
Keep in mind though that spraying blook on a figure like that has to be done in moderation... Too much and it will just look odd!
Yes Tamiya clear red is very good. I use it quite often. Very nice looking gore there Macewind!
Thirding the Tamiya Clear Red.
Works great if you add a bit of purple ink to darken the darker areas.
I found that blood works quite well on mini's as long as you are applying it to anything not black, sometimes the actuall thing works best.
CHK CHK BOOM!